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Korg TRITON taktile Parameter Manual: Midi Setup

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MIDI setup

Global MIDI Channel ..................................................................................... [1...16]
This parameter allows you to change the Global MIDI channel to match the MIDI channel of your
application.
MIDI Routing ............................................................................ [Controller, MIDI I/F]
Choose the behavior of MIDI IN/OUT connectors from the following two types.
TIP The TRITON taktile does not have a MIDI IN jack.
Controller
MIDI I/F
TIP When using the unit with a USB-AC adapter, the controller In/Out jacks will function as Control-
ler In/Out, regardless of the MIDI Routing parameter setup.
MIDI Clock Source.......................... [Auto, Internal, External-USB, External-MIDI]
This is set up when you synchronize your application with the arpeggiator of the taktile/TRITON tak-
tile.
Auto
Internal
External-USB
External-MIDI
Local Controll ............................................................................................... [Off,On]
Switches the local setting on and off.
Off
With this setting, controllers such as the keyboard will be internally disconnected from the
tone generator section. This setting prevents notes from being sounded in duplicate when
the TRITON taktile is connected to a sequencer and the performance data is echoed back
from the sequencer. (Echo back is when the performancedata transmitted by playing the
TRITON taktile is re-transmitted back to the TRITON taktile from the sequencer.)
On
Select this setting when you are using the TRITON taktile by itself.
When you use a controller on the taktile/TRITON taktile, MIDI messages will be transmitted to the
USB connector and the MIDI OUT connector. The MIDI IN connector is used for receiving MIDI
messages such as MIDI clock. You will choose this when you want to control external MIDI equip-
ment from the taktile/TRITON taktile.
The MIDI IN/OUT connectors will be used as MIDI interfaces for your computer. You will choose
this when you want to to use external MIDI equipment from the computer.
When a MIDI clock is input from the USB connector (or the MIDI IN connector), it will function as
"External" automatically. When nothing is input, it will function as "Internal."
The arpeggiator will function at the tempo that is specified in the BPM parameter. You will choose
this when not synchronizing the BPM with your application.
The arpeggiator of the taktile/TRITON taktile will function in synchronization with the MIDI clock
from the computer connected with the USB connector.
The arpeggiator of the taktile/TRITON taktile will function in synchronization with the MIDI clock
from the external MIDI equipment that's connected with the MIDI IN connector.
This is effective only when the MIDI Routing is "Controller In/Out."
TIP
TRITON Taktile does not have External-MIDI.
TIP
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